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Battlefield 4 “upgrading hardware” to deal with server rubber-banding
You kind of wonder how many statements about being definitely very serious and committed and how this is a top priority DICE will make before they begin to lose meaning.
Battlefield 4 Naval Strike delayed on PC
Battlefield 4′s Naval Strike DLC was due out today on PC (if you were a premium member, that is,) but DICE is holding the release back due to the discovery of “an issue.” That’s the information coming from the official Battlefield blog (via the ever-dependable Blues.)
There aren’t any details about what the specific issue is, but hey, if DICE is working to mend something Battlefield 4 related before it comes out rather than just releasing it and hoping to patch it up afterwards, we shouldn’t give them too much grief.
Battlefield 4 Naval Strike footage to be streamed today, 19 March
At this point it’s hard to say how well Battlefield 4 is functioning on PC without being a regular player.
Battlefield 4 updated on PC with huge list of fixes
Last time you opened up Battlefield 4 on Origin, it should’ve downloaded a fairly substantial patch.
Battlefield 4 netcode is next on DICE’s laundry list of fixes
Battlefield 4 still doesn’t work quite right. You’ve probably noticed this if you’re still playing it, and DICE have posted another blog-based update about what they’re trying to do about it.
Battlefield 4 Second Assault coming to PC on 18 February
It’s starting to look awfully like that news about DICE halting all production on DLC until they’d fully fixed Battlefield 4 was just designed to make people feel better, rather than actually being true.
Battlefield 4 hopes Player Appreciation Month will distract from ongoing problems
There’s a weird trend in videogames where, if things are not going well for a developer, they’ll attempt to appease the player-base with a shower of virtual items and gifts.
Battlefield 4 patch released, makes things a bit more stable
Rejoice: our EA overlords have bestowed upon us a new patch for their popular (and infamously broken) man-shooter, Battlefield 4.
Battlefield 4 patched once again – Flickering issue sorted
It’s time for another Battlefield 4 patch and this time the SLI/Crossfire flickering issue has apparently been sorted after the last patch.
Battlefield 4 expansions to be delayed until the game works properly
EA has come as close as you’re ever likely to see to admitting that Battlefield 4 is broken, to the point where the company claims that developers DICE will not be working on any future expansions or projects until the game is working as intended.
Origin code apparently gives you Battlefield 3 for free
An Origin code purporting to give you Battlefield 3 for free has appeared on Reddit.
Battlefield 4 multiplayer launch trailer actually appears on time
Unlike the bizarrely early SimCity: Cities of Tomorrow launch trailer, this multiplayer launch trailer for Battlefield 4 is appropriately timed.
Load up: Battlefield 4 can be preloaded in Europe
DICE and EA and the myriad other publishing and PR arms involved with the production of Battlefield 4 have announced that if you’ve pre-ordered the game through Origin in Europe then preloading begins RIGHT NOW.
DICE: Battlefield: Bad Company not dead, just resting
DICE’s creative director, Lars Gustavsson, has stated that we probably will see a Battlefield: Bad Company 3 – just not any time soon.
Battlefield 4 has seven game modes, and here they are
New mixes with old in this released list of Battlefield 4 game modes.
Repeat assault: Battlefield 4 beta details re-stated in this in-house video
Like several other major publishers, EA has figured out that the best way to completely control the release of information about their projects is to take interviewing and reporting in-house.
Snow joke: Battlefield 4 multiplayer trailer teases some new maps
Apparently, Battlefield 4 will have some sort of multiplayer segment to it.
Shocktober: Battlefield 4 PC open beta dated for start of next month
If you’ve been unspeakably excited by the prospect of playing Battlefield 4, you’ll probably want to visit the toilet before reading this.